Longtime actor Marlon Wayans joined The DA Show on Thursday to talk about his latest stand-up comedy tour, which currently features show dates in Texas and Louisiana this summer. Back in April, he shared the spotlight with some of his favorite comedians in an HBO Max special titled, "Marlon Wayans Presents The Headliners," and last year, he had a lead role in the Aretha Franklin biopic, "Respect." Wayans also shared his thoughts on the ongoing NBA Finals.
"Every time I hit a stage, I get funnier. And I've been doing this now for 10-12 years, and I'm lighting these stages up," Wayans said. "It's a lot fun. It's good because it's about me. I'm not coming to roast you, not coming to talk about hot-button topics. I'm talking about the world and me, and how it affects me. So, the joke's on me... I like my show to be about me. This way, the audience can kind of unstrap and enjoy... I want the audience not to worry about them."
The entire conversation between Wayans and DA can be accessed in the audio player above.